Affirmative acton lawsuit
I'd have to say I'm strongly opposed to affirmative action. I see some (very few) benefits that could come from it, but I just think any form of favoritism is unfair. Anyway, I'm sure most of you have heard of the lawsuit being heard by the Supreme Court right now charging the University of Michigan's selection process is unconstitutional and discriminatory. The link below details it some. It has caused an awful lot of heated debate and the decision, either way, is going to have strong effects. I'm curious to see this one unfold.